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What it do with LUE: Nya BanXXX

Nya BanXXX

Nya BanXXX

By Lue Dowdy

LUE Productions 1st Lady NYA BANXXX IS WHAT IT DO! Who is Nya BanXXX with the 3 X’s behind the name?  Killing Mics and gassin’ stages all over the Inland Empire and Southern California is what she DO!

Nya BanXXX, whose real name is Mychelle Mosley, is a fire flame spittin’, crowd pleasing female emcee straight out of San Bernardino, California. Nya picked up the passion for rapping after her high school years. She started off in the game singing. With her first show being with LUE Productions back in 2006 this talented artist now has been rapping a little over 5 years. When she performs you can’t take your eyes off of her. From her sexy moves, to her seductive looks, and dope lyrics, she’ll bring you into her WORLD. A triple threat, yes indeed, especially with her vocals and writing skills all in the mix.

Miss BanXXX was honored in 2015 at LUE Productions Indie Artist Award Show. There she received an award of recognition for her contribution to music. Nya BanXXX is truly one to watch for. Collaborating with other local artists such as Yung Miss, Gwaap Fam of LUE Productions, Aaron Swift of On My Mama Records, Bonnie Dollas, and many more has given her more fuel to carry on the music. Miss BanXXX has been told that her style is in the lane of Trina and Nicki Minaj. When asking Miss BanXXX how she feels about that statement she replies, “I consider myself to be in my own lane. Others may compare me and that’s cool. I want my fans to remember most about me, is that my confidence and ability to put feeling into my song is so that others can relate.”

Loving her community, BanXXX’s gives back by volunteering to help feed the homeless. BanXXX’x new project is on the way. Currently in the studio now working on her mixtape titled, “NYA BANXXX NOT FOR FAME,” will be dropping this summer. Catch her starring live Saturday, June 11 in San Bernardino at the Women’s Club for LUE Productions 1st B.B.W. Model and Fashion Show Competition/Fundraiser.

Sleeping on this talented artist would be a BIG, BIG MISTAKE! Please take a moment and check out her music on Sound Cloud, Reverbnation, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram Pages under NyaBanXXX. Until next week L’z high up in da airrr! Management Contact: LUE Productions at Lue.info@yahoo.com, or (909) 567-1000.

UCR’s African American Family Wellness Center Hosted Successful Reception

By John Coleman

RIVERSIDE, CA-James S Jackson, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan and widely recognized for academic, administrative, research and other accomplishments​ was the guest of honor at UCR’s reception held May 6, 2016 at the UCR Alumni Center. The reception was hosted by the African American Family Wellness Center, UCR African Student Programs, the UCR STEM Academy, and the J W Vines Medical Society.

The theme this year was, “The National Survey of American Life,” and “The Family Survey across Generations and Nations.” It was conducted by honoree Dr. Jackson. Partially freed of responsibilities as Director, University of Michigan Institute for Social Research and other national and international duties, Dr. Jackson expressed interest in developing programs in targeted long-term studies of African American communities and populations in Southern California.  This ‘availability’ makes HIM a ‘Target of Opportunity’ for recruitment by national leaders in academic research institutions (including UCR) in California.


Fontana Unified Graduates Nearly 3,200 Students

FONTANA, CA- Close to 3,200 students from Fontana Unified School District’s five comprehensive high schools, two continuation schools and adult school capped their high school careers with graduation ceremonies last week at the Citizens Bank Arena. Among the Class of 2016 graduates, two are headed to Stanford University and several others bound for UCs, CSUs and universities across the nation.

Summit High School and Birch and Citrus continuations schools held their ceremonies on May 23. Fontana and Kaiser high schools held their ceremonies May 24. A.B. Miller and Jurupa Hills high schools held their ceremonies May 25. The Fontana Adult School held its event on May 27.

Fontana Unified Board President Lorena Corona congratulated members of the Class of 2016 for their academic and personal achievements and encouraged students to pursue post-secondary dreams.

 “Words cannot express how proud I am of everything these students have accomplished and that they have demonstrated their ability to reach a high level of academic success,” Corona said. “I wish all of them the best of luck in whatever endeavors they choose to pursue after high school.”

Carlos Ciudad-Real is one of two Kaiser High School valedictorians headed to Stanford University, where he will major in environmental systems engineering. Joining him at the prestigious university will be Jaime Hurtado-Lopez, who will study bioengineering/environmental engineering.

Hurtado-Lopez, a Gates Millennium Scholar and QuestBridge scholarship winner, has advice for the next generation of students: “Don’t lose track of what is important. Enjoy your time here, but stay focused.”

Fontana Unified’s graduates will attend state and national universities, including UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, Cal Poly Pomona as well as many other campuses in the University of California and California State University systems.

“The fact that we have students moving onto some of the most prestigious universities in the country shows that our schools are engaging students in way that prepares them for college and careers,” Fontana Unified Superintendent Dr. Leslie Boozer said. “Fontana Unified strives to empower all students to be successful. The caliber of universities and colleges they attend demonstrates our ability to live up to that mission.”

For more information on this year’s valedictorians and salutatorians, visit www.fusd.net/announcements2/2015-16/vals_and_sals.stm.